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Stylish Wedding at Arlington Estate

Arlington Estate Wedding Photography

When love meets elegance, the result is a wedding that leaves everyone in awe, and Joscelyn and Daniel’s special day at Arlington Estate was nothing short of magical. Their celebration was the perfect blend of urban sophistication and timeless romance, starting with a stunning rooftop ceremony in downtown Toronto.

Picture this: the Toronto skyline as a breathtaking backdrop, the sun casting a golden glow over the city, and a gentle breeze adding a touch of whimsy to the scene. Joscelyn and Daniel chose the rooftop for their ceremony, and it was a decision that paid off beautifully. The setting was intimate, with close friends and family witnessing their vows under an open sky, surrounded by the bustling yet serene energy of downtown Toronto.

After the vows were exchanged and the rooftop kissed with applause, the celebration moved to Arlington Estate. Known for its luxurious ambiance and impeccable service, the estate provided a seamless transition from the urban heights to a more grounded, yet equally enchanting, setting. The venue’s sophisticated charm complemented Joscelyn and Daniel’s vision perfectly, creating an atmosphere of refined elegance and heartfelt joy.

From the moment guests arrived, they were greeted by the couple’s attention to detail. The floral arrangements were nothing short of spectacular, with lush blooms in shades of blush and ivory enhancing the natural beauty of both the rooftop ceremony and the estate’s reception hall. Each table was a masterpiece, adorned with delicate centerpieces and elegant tableware that spoke to the couple’s refined taste.

The evening unfolded with heartfelt speeches, laughter, and tears of joy. Joscelyn and Daniel’s love story was shared in moments big and small, from their first dance as husband and wife to the quiet, stolen glances that spoke volumes. The dance floor was alive with energy, and the couple’s joy was contagious, spreading to every guest and creating an atmosphere of pure celebration.

Congratulations, Joscelyn and Daniel, on a day that was as extraordinary as your love story!

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After this pleasant pause, the bridal party made a quick stop over at One King West. Originally completed in 1914 then built upon in 2006, the former bank turned condo hotel is the perfect place for a quick stop over for the ideal bridal party photos. Good luck finding better natural light and classier interior architecture. The hybrid ancient Greek and city modern styling tells a story about the past and future, which is the story the bride and groom will tell when they look back on their special day.

No trip to 1 king West would be complete without a visit to the vault. A left over piece of the building’s history as a bank, the massive immovable door stands open now, making for great photo ops with a 1920s heist feel. Think Bonnie and Clyde on their wedding day!

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After that brief excursion that great piece of Torontonian history, the party made its moved to its main destination, Arlington Estate. Completed just the summer of 2017, this is surely to be one of the new hotspots for weddings. Located just North West of Toronto, Kleinburg, the beautiful venue features massive banquet halls, and a large green field in the back which is equipped with its own pergola so you’ll never be without a wedding arch. That’s not even the best part, I was going to cite the great parking or the authentic wood-fired pizza ovens, but I’m a sucker for a beautiful pond! A pong right behind the pergola, with the CN Tower, that makes a second thing that not everyone gets to have at their wedding. A third is on its way, and trust me, this one takes the cake, so keep reading! Spoiler alert, it’s not the cake, though that was great too.

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